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onship. vern, what does the team's schedule look like today? >> well ann i mean there's a sea of red out here but it's falcon red. as far as the 49ers' schedule, they had an hour and a half walk through. let's take a look here as they return to the team hotel after the final dress rehearsal. this is the last piece of video we will see before the game tomorrow. the 49ers are favored anywhere from 3 to 4.5 points. so much has been talked about this match-up. but the bottom line is the 49ers truly believe that they will go in and win this game and advance to their sixth super bowl. >> forget about your personal stuff on the field. it's out there to win. >> you buying that? >> i think -- i think harbaugh will keep everybody focused. he's a good coach and i think he will keep everybody on the game plan. and i think that they'll be fine. they'll be fine.
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>> you know i'd like our focus and concentration to be the highest it's been. you know, i'd like you know guys to go out there and play the best game they've ever played here. that's the hope, that's the expectation and we'll find out all of the things on sunday. >> reporter: yeah that's fan which is that's jim harbaugh talking about no distractions the completely focus. the issue has been michael crab tee the 49er -- crabtree the 49er body receiver in the midst of the alleged sexual assault abuse from last weekend. we look for michael crabtree when the team arrived at the team hotel. we didn't see them but he is with the team. he is their biggest offensive weapon as far as the receiving core go. they're looking for him to have a huge game and we'll see this storyline or the distraction comes to fruition. >> and what do you think? what's your hunch? do you think this is going to be a distraction or do you think that this is something that they will be able to keep out of the limelight and just
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play the game and they'll move on? >> reporter: i think if -- if i know that team, as well as i do, it is not going to be an issue at all. too many meetings, there's -- there's too much detail involved where something like that could really affect an entire team. i mean everything is laid out. everything is scripted. the game plan is in place and the old saying the hay's in the barn and i truly believe -- honestly believe that the 49ers will -- in fact jim harbaugh, that's what he was hired to do. to make them focus to get it done and i truly believe that they will and advance to new orleans. >> all right, vern glenn in atlanta. thank you very much. and for more 49ers' postseason coverage. go to our website. all right, the other big story unfolding this weekend? the second inauguration of barack obama. bleachers are being set up
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along the parade route and security preparations are underway for the big event. and inauguration day is usually january 20th but since it's a sunday this year the official swearing in will be held in private tomorrow and the public festivities will take place on monday. and kristin aers is in washington, d.c. to cover the event for us. they began today with a national day of service. >> reporter: that's right ann. it's become a tradition with the obama administration. a day of giving back and for one san francisco woman, we spoke to who came all the way out here, this wasn't just a day for giving back. it was also one for giving thanks for an obama policy that she says saved her life. president obama rolled up his sleeves to help spruce up a washington, d.c. elementary school today. the president and first lady stained a bookshelf as part of the national day of service project. >> the very young people did some really good work and some of the older folks like me who
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it hurt getting our knees kind of bending down a little bit. we were able to manage also. >> reporter: vice president joe biden and his wife joined volunteers assembling care packages for soldiers. all told the white house says volunteers in all 50 states pitched in. ♪ ♪ at a volunteer summit designed to recruit year-round volunteers we met erica chain who came -- erica chain who came all the way from san francisco. she painted is washington, d.c. elementary school a day after meeting mr. obama face the face. >> it's unreal. i walked out of the oval office yesterday and i had to have someone from tech pinch me and i said i felt it. it's really. it did happen. and it's really just an honor. >> reporter: it was chain's way of saying thank you to the obama campaign. chain suffered a brain tumor in 2010 while she was out of the country and uninsured. >> i started applying to every insurance plan that i could because they had to perform brain surgery to keep me alive.
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every plan you can think of. all of them, denied me. >> reporter: in this video which she made for the obama campaign, she says the only reason she was able to get insurance for her pre-existing condition was because of obamacare. >> i recovered 100% from a life- threatening brain tumor when i was previously denied insurance from every providers. >> reporter: as part of the day of service tradition president obama started four years ago to honor dr. martin luther king jr.. >> it really touches me and i just wanted an opportunity to say thank you to everyone that welcomed so hard on the -- worked so hard on the campaign. >> reporter: and a host of other events still to come throughout the weekend and into monday. the next one coming up for us will be heading to the golden state bash. a number of california lawmakers will be there and ann, we'll be talking to them about important issues facing californians coming up this year. >> all right, kristin we'll see you tonight at 11:00. look forward to the report. and stay with cbs 5 and
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christin ayers for complete coverage of the inauguration. we'll have special reports from washington right through monday. well, coming up, bullets fly as the bay fair b.a.r.t. station. what police have to say about the shooting. that's my gun. don't say it got away from me. >> across the country they called it a rally in support of the second amendment. a look at how gun appreciation day unfolded right here in the bay area. >> what a day it was in the bay area today. we hit 70 degrees for the first time this year. the forecast, the pinpoint outlook as eyewitness news continues right here on cbs 5.
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station in san leandro has killed a man and injured a woman. the station was closed all afternoon, fol uble shooting. a shooting at the bay fair b.a.r.t. station has killed a man and injured a woman. the station was closed all afternoon following the double shooting. cbs 5 reporter elizabeth wenger is at the station where passengers have been shuttled to other nearby stations. >> reporter: a lot of confusion all afternoon as you said ann. here at the bay fair b.a.r.t. station within the last half
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hour, they do have one direction of the track now open. so folks can use b.a.r.t. here to head on the fremont and the dublin pleasanton lines. that shooting happened shortly after noon. it was directly across from the station located here on the boulevard. b.a.r.t. police tell us multiple shots rang out and that's when one african-american male a 40-year- old was killed. another female victim has nonlife-threatening injuries and she's supposed to be okay. police have one suspect and the suspect is in custody. at this point they're not sure about others that may still be on the loose. police have been very busy. talk to be witnesses and monitoring -- talking to witnesses and monitoring surveillance video on a nearby bus. they're hoping it may give them some clues as to who did this and why. they don't know if it was random. another shooting at the pittsburgh bay point station
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last month. this type of crime still not common. >> that's a rare occasion for the b.a.r.t. district. we don't have a number of shootings whether it be in daylight or at nighttime. so this is atypical. b.a.r.t. is a safe and secure system. >> reporter: b.a.r.t.'s police say they caught that suspect in a nearby residential neighborhood and again the latest update here from the bay fair b.a.r.t. station is they've got one direction of track. you can use it to head towards the fremont and the dublin pleasanton areas. live from bay fair, i'm elizabeth wenger, cbs 5. this was the day gun advocates rallied around the country voicing their opposition from puff low, new york -- buffalo, new york to austin texas, to harrisburg, pennsylvania. the sentiment was the same. anger at president obama's sweeping package of federal gun control proposals and one of the rallies unfolded on the coast of san mateo county. cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo
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was there. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: in pacifica today, more than 200 people rallied to support the second amendment. >> we need to have weapons and there's -- >> what for in. >> protect ourself because the police -- let's face it. the crime is committed or something like that the cops come ten minutes after it's over. >> reporter: the rally is against the president's plan to place stricter controls on guns. >> the president's plan is simple balanced fair plan. >> reporter: but steve camp says the law strict enough adds it is in and if pressed would he use his gun? >> the somebody broke into my house and they were in there, well sure i would. what am i supposed to do? let them kill me? >> reporter: in the wake of the bloodshed at sandy hook. the mother of three was there in support of the other side of the issue and just wants to keep her kids safe. >> i don't want to have to hire armed guards to surround the schools to protect them from the possibility of something bringing an assault weapon and
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shooting 30, 40 kind gardeners. how many -- kindergarteners. how many times does it have to happen? take the ability to get the weapons away from the people that are mentally disturbed. >> reporter: this man wants the laws to stay the same and keep his privacy private. >> i'm 80 years old. fourth generation californian. >> you have a gun? >> i -- that's none of your business. >> reporter: president obama is due to sign a gun control bill by the end of the month and the second amendment supporters that i spoke to said they will not back down. from the newsroom, patrick sedillo, cbs 5. farther down the pacific coast, all set for mavericks. the early and dangerous signs that the surf will not disappoint. >> roberta gonzales, cbs 5 weather center. we will have the mavericks weather forecast for you with the pinpoint outlook as eyewitness news continue right here on cbs 5.
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we received a call for forest service in distress -- surf in distress. they were being sucked out. >> at san francisco's ocean beach, a good indication of the kind of surf we're seeing in california this weekend. strong rip currents overcame four surfers, the coast guard was called out to make sure that they made it back in. a high surf advisory is up until tomorrow evening.
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roberta's been watching those -- the surf i mean obviously people are waiting for maverick. tomorrow but it's dangerous too. >> i kind of considered myself a strong swimmer and i wouldn't even be out in the water right now not especially with the rip current danger and we have that in effect for tomorrow certainly as well. good evening everyone, let's step on outside and take a look at that surf advisory. it is a high surf advisory in effect until 4:00 tomorrow afternoon. right there at half-moon day. 63-degrees -- bay. 63-degrees. that rip current risk is on the high side with the offshore wind at 15 miles an hour. many people flocking to the beaches today because boy did we have a warmup. for the first time this year, we realized a temperature at 70 degrees. and guess where that was? right there in oakland. the coolest location was also east of the bay right there in livermore and in concord. 64 degrees in san jose. above the average of 57 degrees typically experienced this time of the year. 65 in santa rosa. average high is 56. same story in san francisco. where today it was 63-degrees.
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ooh isn't that beautiful? coat tower all aglow donning the 49er colors, where currently in san francisco the air temperature is now 58 degrees. the temperatures will still fall to sub freezing many in of the in-- in many of the inland locations like santa rosa. it will be freezing in livermore. 39 in san jose and 36 redwood city but i have to tell you tonight will be the last night of this current cold snap with below freezing temperatures. just slightly above freezing by sunday night going into monday. here we do have a bank of clouds. just riding high over the ridge of high pressure that is that dominant feature for the state of california keeping us on the dry side. tomorrow, just a couple of degrees cooler than what we experienced today. but still, it's an offshore flow out of the northeast. 10 to 15 miles per hour. low 60s in pacifica. low mid 60s across the bay. upper 50s to low 60s east of the bay and a pair of 6s that's what you can expects in san jose. the extended forecast calls for
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sunshiny holiday for martin luther king jr. on monday. dry conditions continue on tuesday. we cloud up and turn cooler on wednesday. partial clearing to the skies on thursday. then we reintroduce the chance of rain showers into the forecast on friday and saturday. albeit a slight chance at this time. we'll keep a watchful eye on that because surely we have a number of storms packed up over the pacific ocean right now. they can't make it over the ridge of high pressure. but once the cloud get in here we won't be as cold at night right? >> good idea. thank you much. all right, boy. just so much going on. you have basketball. you have football. of course and baseball. >> and we forget that spring training is less than a month away. so -- excited about that. things are good here in the bay area. closing in an kickoff for the nfc championship game. we'll head back to atlanta and is the beard on the move? more sports next.
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faithful...for more from we're less than 24 hours away from kickoff. so have the 49ers faithful. for more from atlanta, here's vern glenn. >> reporter: just practicing my colin kaepernicking, it's what he does after he scores touchdowns. look at the 49ers fans here if atlanta. already trying to perfect that -- in atlanta, already trying to perfect it. >> colin. >> kaepernick. >> reporter: as for the team under heavy security. here they were arriving after an hour and a half walk
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through. coach jim harbaugh was the only one who satisfied the autograph seekers. you guys fairly confident about tomorrow? >> yeah, absolutely. absolutely. >> no doubt. >> we got a good tough offense. i don't think their defense can handle us. >> reporter: meantime, at the airport, 49er fans have arrived. >> quest for six, new orleans style. don't give up. >> you came from -- utah? >> salt lake city, utah. >> reporter: the 49ers will win sunday because why? >> because justin smith is going to do his thing and all the smiths going -- alex smith is going to have to do his thing. if they do their thing and the defense steps up and does what they did last week the offense is going to step up too. we're going to be all right. >> reporter: not quite the kaepernick tattoo but this will do. all want one more trip to new orleans and super bowl xlvii. in atlanta, vern glenn, cbs 5.
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>> all right, thanks vern. the raiders named quarterback coach greg olson the new offensive coordinator. he becomes the team's fourth offensive coordinator in the last four seasons. college hoops rose bowl winner. first half dwight powell with the strong move inside and muscles his way in for the bucket. stanford up eight at halftime. justin cobb brings cal within a point but that's as close as the bears got. here picked off by randall. randall gets it to go. 15 for randall. stanford goes on to knock off their rivels 69- rivals. to 59. usf losers of five straight. hosting loyola mary mount. first half with the nice move underneath. up three at the half. second half usf pulls away. spotting up from beyond the arc. the dons finally get their first league win as they beat
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lmu 62-56. jim boeheim and syracuse looking to upset top-ranked louisville. cardinals up one point with 30 seconds left. stevens throws it away. michael carter williams finishes with the flush. and for the second straight week, another number one goes down. number six syracuse topples number one louisville 70-68. >> we'll be back next year opening day, closing for the giants unless somebody throws nine innings. and for the next ten years in this city. if you guys want me. i don't know. >> what a difference a year makes. general manager brian sabean told the "new york post" he doesn't expect brian wilson to return next season. the 30-year-old is coming off his second tommy john surgery and reportedly struggled in a workout for the mets last week. baseball legend stan musial passed away earlier this afternoon at the age of 92. he spent his entire 22 year career with the st. louis cardinals and played in a
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record tying 24 all-star games. hall of fame manager earl weaver passed away late last night while on a cruise associated with the orioles. the role of baltimore led the orioles to the world series four times in 17 seasons. he was best known for his fiery temper as he was ejected 91 times. earl weaver was 82 years old. the nhl is back this afternoon. the 48 game schedule got underway but the sharks will have to wait until form for their opener -- tomorrow for their opener in calgary. the kings finally got to raise the stanley cup banner at staples but the blackhawks ruined the party. jonathan toews bangs in the rebound and the defending stanley cup champs lose their opener 5-2. and finally, what might be the one thing burns didn't do during the lockout? anyone have a razor? >> the evidence might be in the media guide photo. he has a playoff beard ready to go for that shortened season and anything can happen.
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>> 48 games right? >> 48 games it's a sprint. >> i guess. >> it's going to be interesting to see how that all shakes out. >> that's right. >> that's it for eyewitness news at 6:30. we'll see you back here at 11:30. until then the news is always on at have a good night. [ captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: ]
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>> we've just pulled into the station. hello, welcome to "eye on the bay." i'm liam mayclem. tonight, you guessed it. we are all things train. locomotives have changed the landscape of america. there's much local history here in northern california and we'll share that with you. but also take you aboard a party train that goes from the bay area all the way to the mountains. and want to lay your head for the night on one of these puppies? well, you can, we'll show you where. it's all coming up tonight on "eye on the bay." come on! hop aboard. as the napa wine train pulls into the station an evening of excitement awaits. >> well, it's an historic train riding through a beautiful part of the country and it's a step back in time. >> tonight will be particularly
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